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The books listed here are tried and tested aids, the first five listed in order of importance. If you are not a great reader, reading the first two alone, could prove a turning point for you.

1). DR PATRICK QUILLIN, Beating Cancer With Nutrition. (NTP, Tulsa, 1998). ISBN 0-9638372-4-9. ESSENTIAL READING I

Available from: The Nutrition Times Press Inc, Box 700512, Tulsa, O.K. 74170-0512, U.S.A.. Fax/Tel: 001 918 495 1137.

And/or Gazette Book Services Ltd., Falcon House, Queen Square, Lancaster, LA1 1RN. Web site: http://www.4nutrition.com

Dr Patrick Quillin is ex-vice President of nutrition for a small chain of American hospitals called Cancer Treatment Centers of America. His flagship is in Tulsa O.K.. Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a model of the integrated approach to cancer treatment. By using a state-of-the-art, scientific approach to supportive cancer nutrition, including disease specific Total Parenteral and Enteral nutrition, with high dose vitamins and minerals and other biological response modifiers, they have intensified the "kill" factor of conventional systemic therapy, with lower fractionated doses, whilst building up patients' immune systems, and mitigating undesirable side-effects. Other aspects of their treatment approach include detoxification, stress lowering techniques, "visualisation", exercise, spiritual/pastoral and psychological care. Cancer Treatment Centers of America have an increasingly impressive record in rescuing so-called terminal cases given up by everyone else. If you cannot go to Cancer Treatment Centers of America yourself, Dr Quillin's book provides a complete self-help action plan. Since 40% of cancer patients die of malnutrition, not cancer, and another 67% die of infections due to a weakened immune system, Dr Quillin's plan is a powerful defence strategy.

Nutrition is important too in helping to prevent recurrence, by radically altering the underlying conditions in the body favourable to the production of cancer. It is now known that certain nutrients can work at the level of the chromosome, switching off oncogenes, - the genes responsible for the promotion of cancer. Some nutrients are naturally anti-angiogenic, that is they can help slow down, or stop, cancer from spreading. Others again can halt the wasting process, or cachexia, which finally kills many cancer victims. As Pasteur said on his deathbed, "Le terrain, c'est tout".


The Simontons are an American radiologist and psychologist who, back in the 60's/70's discovered they could dramatically increase the survival of their patients, (200%+) through psychological means, - techniques for self-hypnosis, visualisation and stress control. The relatively recent finding that "psycho social" intervention can more than double the life-span of breast cancer patients only confirms what the Simontons have been exemplifying and teaching for over 30 years. Mind over matter works.

3). DAVID STEINMAN AND SAMUEL S EPSTEIN The Safe Shopper's Bible (Macmillan Reference Books, 1995)

A consumer's guide to nontoxic household products, cosmetics and food. ESSENTIAL READING III


Remarkable recovery occurs more often than is realised. Usually termed "spontaneous remission", a medical euphemism for "you should have died", it is not in fact without explanation. The authors, a biochemist and journalist, have made a systematic and scientific study of this phenomenon and have an ongoing central registry of remarkable cases. Their conclusions offer a good prescription for hope.

Remarkable survival is not a fluke. There are common parameters, and lessons to learn. In another recent study on the subject, Harold Foster PhD. of the University of British Columbia, found that 87% of 200 survivors made major dietary changes, 65% took supplements and 55% used some form of "detoxification". In the words of St. Augustine: "Miracles do not happen in contradiction to Nature, only in opposition to what we know about Nature".

5). DR RALPH MOSS, Questioning Chemotherapy. (Equinox Press, 1995).

Ralph Moss is an ex science writer for Memorial Sloan - Kettering, N.Y.. His book is a dispassionate analysis of the value of chemotherapy. It sorts out the chemotherapeutic sheep from the goats, with a body of impressive scientific evidence, clearly defining the rare cancers where chemotherapy is a cure option, and those cancers, or cancer stages, where it is pointless, and will only produce unnecessary suffering. Chemotherapy is big business, and to many patients equals hope of cure. But many scientists are less impressed with the evidence for this, and results to date. In a survey of chemotherapy outcomes, the German bio-statistician Ulrich Abel concluded that chemotherapy "cures less than 3% of all advanced epithetical cancers." The cure rate ceiling for cancer with chemotherapy has also remained largely unaltered for 30 years. Those cancers where chemo is genuinely useful are minority cancers: testicular cancer, non-Hodgkins lymphoma and childhood leukemias.

6). DR RALPH MOSS, Cancer Therapy. (Equinox Press, 1992).

A comprehensive guide to all alternative/complementary therapies of note that have some scientific backing. Worth reading if the medical profession has given up your case, or if you simply want to maximise your odds. You may find the number of options bewildering however. In which case, you can consult Dr Moss himself, using his Cancer Report Service for an individual prescription. (See Resources Section). Dr Moss charges a fee for this service.

7). BERNIE S. SIEGEL, Love, Medicine and Miracles. (Arrow Books Ltd, London, 1988).

Dr Bernie Siegel is a Yale oncologist/surgeon who believes in the fate-determining powers of attitude and hope, - on both the part of the patient and the physician! Too many oncologists issue death sentences which then become self fulfilling prophecies. His long clinical experience, and role as founder of ECAP - Exceptional Cancer Patients - provide many encouraging examples.

8). MAX GERSON, A Cancer Therapy. (Gerson Institute, 1990).

Max Gerson was a German doctor who cured Albert Schweizer of TB, using diet, and then went on to develop a diet for the treatment of cancer. In the 1950s he testified before Congress in the U.S. concerning fifty cases of cancer he had cured with his therapy. (His daughter, Charlotte, continues his work in California). Gerson's diet is rigorous, involving up to 12 fresh, organic fruit and vegetable juices daily, with certain supplements, and detoxification through coffee enemas. His book is somewhat technical, and some of the medicine is outdated, but it is essential reading if this therapy is of interest. Gerson was a great pioneering empiricist, and the results of his therapy are unlikely to date. There is new, published evidence that Gerson is of particular benefit to melanoma and ovarian cancer sufferers, who have now been shown to do far better with this than with chemotherapy. Contact the Gerson Society or Institute for more help. (See Resources Section).

9). BEATA BISHOP, A Time to Heal.

An ex BBC journalist and psychotherapist, the formidable Ms Bishop was cured of untreatable melanoma using the Gerson therapy. This is her account, and a good introduction to Gerson.

10). LINUS PAULING AND EWAN CAMERON, Cancer and Vitamin C.

One of the most brilliant scientific minds of this century, twice Nobel Laureate, Pauling lived to 93 on mega-doses of vitamin C and other supplements, started at age 67. Flawed studies at the Mayo Clinic initially discredited his findings of the value of vitamin C in cancer. But the scientific community ultimately vindicated Pauling. Dr Hugh Riordan, (who runs a Kansas clinic), is currently patenting an ultra high-dose intravenous vitamin C treatment for cancer, now in clinical trials. Pauling's book is do-it-yourself immunotherapy.

11). LINUS PAULING, How to Live Longer and Feel Better. (Avon Books N.11, 1987).

Although Linus Pauling has rather a chemist's view of health, - "Just add a few white powders, and, hey presto!" -, his book is generally informative and helpful. The chapter on cancer contains some dramatic and encouraging case histories.

12). DR RICHARD PASSWATER, Cancer Prevention and Nutritional Therapies. (Keats Inc. 1987).

13). SUSAN M. LOVE, Dr Susan Love's Breast Book (Addison Wesley, 1995).

"The bible of women with breast cancer", the New York Times.

14). KERRY A.McGINN, PAMELA J.HAYLOCK, eds, Women's Cancers: How to Prevent Them, How to Treat Them, How to Beat Them (Alameda CA: Hunter House Publishers, 1998).

A good, comprehensive, orthodox book, sympathetically written by two American Oncology nurses, and a useful guide through the medical and psychological cancer maze.

15). MACMILLAN CANCER RELIEF, The Cancer Guide (Available through Macmillan Charity, Information Line 0845 601 6161).

An excellent, back to basics guide, which tackles medical, practical and emotional/psychological aspects of cancer. The valuable directory lists organisations dealing with specific cancers, as well as more general topics.

16). DR WILLIAM LANE AND LINDA LOMAC, Sharks Don't Get Cancer. (NU Avery, 1992).

For anyone who wants to learn about shark cartilage and its promising anti-cancer - anti-angiogenesis - effect, currently being widely investigated, by scientists from the Harvard School of Medicine, to the John Radcliffe, Oxford.

17). DR CHARLES SIMONE, Cancer and Nutrition. (Equinox Press).

Dr Charles Simone, of the Simone Cancer Center, is an oncologist trained in three disciplines: radiotherapy, tumour immunology and oncology. Dr Simone treated President Reagan with nutritional therapy and is a prime exemplar of the new U.S. led total approach to cancer treatment. His prescriptions for women with breast cancer are founded on good evidence.

18). Alternative Medicine:Yellow Pages. (Equinox Press).

19). ANNE BEATTIE, See Yourself Well, For People With Cancer. (Equinox Press.)

Audiotape for guided visualisation and relaxation: an invaluable aid to carrying out the Simontons' suggestions.

20). THOMAS BERGMAN, One Day At A Time. Children Living With Leukemia. (Equinox Press).

21). LESLIE KENTON, Passage to Power: Natural Menopause Revolution. (Vermilion, 1996).

Though not strictly a cancer book, this is illuminating on the link between environment, female hormones and cancer. The many suggestions for the natural treatment of ailments in older women are of lasting health value.

Is there life after cancer?

In helping to build up a programme for super health and prevention of recurrence, I cannot recommend Leslie Kenton's books highly enough, in particular The New Ultrahealth, Endless Energy, etc.


22.) LESLIE KENTON, The New Raw Energy, and Raw Energy Recipes with SUSANNAH KENTON; Juice High with RUSSELL CRONIN, Edbury Press, London, 1996.

Imaginative inspiration for super healthy eating, with or without cancer.

(Note: With respect to raw food, please bear in mind that this may not suit everybody. There is a school of thought in nutrition, derived largely perhaps from Ayurvedic medicine, that individual ideal dietary requirements may also be determined, in part, by what your ancestors ate in their place of origin, and by your blood group, or metabolic type. (cf. Quillin, Beating Cancer with Nutrition, p.p.99 - 102.)

23.) C NORMAN COLEMAN, Understanding Cancer: A Patient's Guide to Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment. The John Hopkins University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-8018-6019-9.

24.) PROFESSOR JANE PLANT, Your Life in Your Hands: Understanding, Preventing and Overcoming Breast Cancer. Virgin Press, 2000

Written for the lay person by a scientist, who herself overcame breast cancer after five recurrences and terminal status, and has helped 65 other women to do so, this book reviews all the evidence to date, both epidemiological and research-based, linking breast cancer to the consumption of dairy produce in the West. You will never lift another milkshake again!

25.) DR PATRICK QUILLIN, Immunopower. (Nutrition Times Press Inc 1999) ISBN 0963837265.

The authorised biography of every cancer-fighting nutritional substance known to science.

26.) DR RALPH MOSS, Herbs Against Cancer. (Equinox Press 1998) ISBN 1881025403

27.) ROBERT HAAS, Permanent Remissions. (Pocket Books 1997) ISBN 0671007769

28.) DR SAMUEL EPSTEIN, The Politics of Cancer Revisited. (East Ridge Press 1998) ISBN 0914896474

29.) DRS W. JOHN DIAMOND AND W. LEE COWDEN, Definitive Guide to Cancer. (Future Medicine Publishing Inc, 1997) ISBN 1887299017

Clear and detailed summaries of virtually every alternative/complementary therapy to date; as well as everything you could possibly want to know about cancer: the politics behind standard cancer treatment; details of 37 individual doctors' approaches; inspiring case histories; new pharmacological approaches. An essential, easy to use, well-documented key reference book.

30.) GEORGE L BLACKBURN, Nutritional Oncology. (Academic Press 1998) ISBN 0123359600

This book is not intended for patients or the layman. It is an up-to-date textbook of adjuvant nutritional therapy in cancer, which you may find useful if you have a scientific background. Doctors and oncologists who are unaware of the vast amount of scientific work done in this area, should be encouraged to read this.

31.) HILARY BOYD, Banishing the Blues. Mitchell Beazley, ISBN 1840003154

The A to Z of easy-to-implement strategies for dealing with Depression/Anxiety and Stress.

32.) LEA BAIDER, CARY COOPER AND ATARA KAPLAN, Cancer and the Family. (2000) ISBN 0471803006

33.) WALTER PIERPAOLI, WILLIAM REGELSON, CAROL COLMAN, The Melatonin Miracle: Nature's Age-Reversing, Disease-Fighting, Sex-Enhancing Hormone. (Pocket Books 1996) ISBN 06715334351

34.) GEORGE E MEINIG DDS, Root Canal Cover Up. (Ojai, CA: Bion Publishing, 1994) ISBN 0945196199

A useful book when considering thorough dental detoxification. If root-canals are part of your dental problems, and you can afford the trip, there is a highly knowledgeable team of specialist biological dentists at the Paracelsus Clinic, St Gallen, Switzerland. However, you must book 3 months in advance.

35.) MAXINE TOBIAS, Complete Stretching: A New Exercise Program for Health and Vitality. (Alfred A Knopf, 1992) ISBN 0679738312. (An excellent introduction to Yoga and relaxation).

36.) JAMES S GORDON MD AND SHARON CURTIN, Comprehensive Cancer Care. (Perseus Publishing), ISBN 0738202843.


The Tragedy of Needless Pain, Ronald Melzack in Scientific American, Vol 262, No.2, pages 27-33, February 1990

Current and Emerging Issues in Cancer Pain: Research and Practice, edited by C R Chapman and K M Foley, Raven Press, 1993

Management of Cancer Pain: Adults, AHCPR Publication No. 94-0593, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, March 1994

Questions and Answers about Pain Control, NIH publication No. 95-3264, National Cancer Institute, 1995

Pain: The Science of Suffering, Patrick Wall, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999. ISBN 0297 842552

World Health Organizaton's Cancer Pain Relief Program

Medscape's Cancer Pain Management Resource Center



The following is a small selection of delicious and inspiring cookery books which follow the rules of good health:

Anne Bell, Evergreen (Classic Vegetarian Cookery), (Macmillan Reference Books 1996), ISBN 0333 66068 4.

Raymond Blanc, Blanc Vite, (Headline Book Publishing 1998), ISBN 0 7472 1708 4.

Raymond Blanc, Blanc Mange, (BBC Books 1996), ISBN 0 563 38724 6.

Josceline Dimbleby, The Almost Vegetarian Cookbook, (Websters International Publishers 1994), ISBN 1 870604 13 X.

Rose Elliot, Vegetarian Cooking, (Mitchell Beazley 1994), ISBN 1 85732 490 0.

Sophie Grigson, Eat Your Greens (BBC Publishing), ISBN 0 563 367385.

Patrick Holford & Judy Ridgway, The Optimum Nutrition Cookbook (Piatkus), ISBN 0 749 919 85 X.

Louis Lanza, Totally Dairy Free Cooking (William Morrow & Co) ISBN 0 688 169090.

Mike Milken, Favorite Recipes for Fighting Cancer, (Cap Cure 1998) ISBN: 0966080564; and More Favorite Recipes for Fighting Cancer and Heart Disease, (Cap Cure 1999) ISBN 0967365503

Anton Mosimann, Cooking with Mosimann, (Papermac 1994), ISBN 0 333 51187 5.

Patrick Quillin, Beating Cancer with Nutrition (Nutrition Times Press 1998), ISBN 0 9638372 4 9 - also contains a good section on model healthy eating, with menus, and recipes.

Ruth Rogers, River Café Cook Book Green, (Edbury Press) ISBN 0091865433

Dr Barry Sears, The Soy Zone, (ReganBooks 2000) ISBN 0060393106

Nigel Slater, The 30-Minute Cook, (Penguin Books 1996), ISBN 0 14 023135 8.

William Shurtleff & Akiko Aoyagi, The Book of Miso (Ballantine Books) ISBN 0 345 291077.

William Shurtleff & Akiko Aoyagi, The Book of Tofu, (Autumn Press Inc 1979), ISBN 0 345 35181 9.



The following list is highly recommended by Dr Patrick Quillin. Pick and choose to suit your needs, time and interest.


G Anderson, The Cancer Conquerer, (Kansas City, Andrew & McMeel, 1988).

L Dossey, Meaning & Medicine, (New York, Bantam, 1991).

L LeShan, Cancer as a Turning Point: A Handbook for People with Cancer, Their Families, and Health Professionals, (Plume, 1999).


G Epstein, Healing Visualizations: Creating Health Through Imagery, (New York, Bantam, 1989).


T Keating, Open Mind, Open Heart: The Contemplative Dimension of the Gospel, (NY, Amity House, 1986).

L LeShan, How to Meditate, (NY, Bantam, 1974).


R Casarjian, Forgiveness: A Bold Choice for a Peaceful Heart, (NY, Bantam, 1992).


J Borysenko, Minding the Body, Mending the Mind, (NY, Bantam, 1987).

O C Simonton & R Henson, The Healing Journey, (NY, Bantam, 1992).

C Myss, Why People Don't Heal and How They Can, (Harmony, NY 1997).

B Moyers, Healing the Mind, (NY, Bantam Doubleday, 1993).

Phi Rich, Stuart Copans, The Healing Journey Through Addiction, Your Journal for Recovery and Self-Renewal, (Healing Journey Series, ISBN 0471 382094).

Thought, Attitude, and Negativity

H Benson, Your Maximum Mind: Changing Your Life by Changing the Way You Think, (NY, Random House, 1987).

N Cousins, Head First: The Biology of Hope, (NY, E P Dutton, 1989).

J T Martorano & J Kildahl, Beyond Negative Thinking: Reclaiming Your Life Through Optimism, (NY, Avon, 1989).

J W Pennebaker, Opening Up: The Healing Power of Confiding in Others, (NY, Avon Books, 1990).

M E P Seligman, Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life, (NY, Pocket Books, 1990).


J Borysenko, Fire in the Soul, (NY, Warner, 1993).

And recommended by Dr C. Wheatley:

M Scott Peck, The Road Less Travelled, (Simon & Schuster, 1998).

Jack Kornfield, A Path With Heart, (Bantam Books 1993) ISBN 0553372114

M. Scott Peck, The Road Less Travelled, (Pocket Books) ISBN 0099727404

M. Scott Peck, Further Along the Road Less Travelled, (Pocket Books) ISBN 0671015818



There is an overwhelming amount of information on Cancer available on the internet, and sifting through it all could be a full time job. The following information aims to help you find what you’re looking for, and also details sites mentioned elsewhere in the Guide.

CancerNet, a site maintained by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), provides a good place to obtain basic information. Most of the material on CancerNet comes from the Physician Data Query (PDQ),an NCI database that contains peer-reviewed summaries on genetics, prevention, screening, supportive care, and treatment for different types of cancers in children and adults, as well as a registry of cancer trials. All PDQ summaries are written by editorial boards of oncology specialists and are updated monthly. Moreover, all PDQ summaries come in versions for health-care professionals and for patients. NCI licenses its PDQ summaries to commercial and nonprofit organizations. For example, OncoLink, a site hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center, also posts NCI’s PDQ statements. However, at this site they are annotated with links to definitions of the more difficult terms, and to the abstracts of all of the medical articles that are cited.

The Association of Cancer Online offers a compendium of online support groups, direct searching of CancerNet, and the US government’s consumer information site. The National Cancer Institute does have information on alternative treatments, but at our last check this information was incomplete and biased. The National Organisation for Rare Cancers (NORD) online database has information on uncommon cancers, and patient specific trials. The NCI has also created a State-of-the-Science web site on www.conference-cast.com/webtie/sots/sots.htm which may be useful for tracking the very latest, novel approaches. Transparent Patient Technologies offers a Cancer Center Registry which aims to assist patients with cancer find the best treatment possible through a worldwide online resource for cancer treatment professionals, patients and companies.

In addition to PDQ summaries, OncoLink carries a remarkable amount of original information and links to what seem like every possible cancer resource. NCI’s CANCERLIT contains more than 1.5 million citations and abstracts from journals, proceedings, books, reports, and doctoral theses. For unpublished research, ASCO OnLine (hosted by The American Society of Clinical Oncology) and the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) post abstracts from their meetings. Most professional medical societies hold annual meetings at which the latest research is presented, some of which may be available on-line, for example the American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO). The British Medical Journal is an excellent place to start any health research, with a first-rate search facility.

Other sources of the latest developments in cancer research and treatment include Cancer News on the Net, which searches cancer information sources on the Web and organizes the information by cancer type.

Information on available treatments can be found at several sites. For instance, Infolink supplies general descriptions of drugs and sorts them by name, manufacturer, or therapeutic class.

In addition, the OncoLink Chemotherapy Drug Reference consists of a comprehensive list of the most commonly used chemotherapy agents and includes information on how each drug is given, how it works, and common side effects patients might experience. For even more information of various drugs, visit Oncology.com, which offers detailed drug descriptions for thousands of brand-name and generic drugs.


Many Web sites provide databases of ongoing clinical trials that permit searching by cancer type or geographic region and provide contact information for those interested in participating. For example, CancerNet lists 1,800 open trials, mostly in the United States, that are NCI funded.

In addition, CancerTrials supplies general information on clinical trials and summaries of each trial, including a patient and a professional version. CenterWatch supplies a general database of industry- and government-sponsored clinical trials, including cancer trials. It also posts detailed profiles of centers providing the trials. Moreover, patients can receive e-mail notification when a new clinical trial is added in a particular therapeutic area or if a patient’s profile matches the needs of an ongoing trial that is actively seeking volunteers.

Outside the United States, the UKCCCR Register of Cancer Trials is a database of British randomized clinical trials, which includes references to published data that are relevant to the treatments under testing. The National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group also carries current trials with downloadable protocols and consent forms, plus newsletters and a members list. The European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) is the major European cancer research co-operative. They have a fairly extensive listing of European Clinical Trials. (Click on “Protocols” on the navigation panel to get to their database).

The Carcinoid Cancer Foundation offers specific information, with a carcinoid self-help site at http://home.att.net/~S.L.Anderson. Another self-help guide from cancer patient turned webmaster is Steve Dunn’s Cancerguide.

More self-help information can be found on the Life With Cancer site, Progress Against Cancer, Living With Cancer, HealthWorld Online, Fighting Cancer and OnHealth.Com.


For information on alternative approaches to treating cancer, a number of sites offer information on complementary therapies and practitioners across the world, such as:

The American Cancer Society, which includes a section called Complementary & Alternative Methods.

The American College for Advancement in Medicine.

Cancer and Nutrition Resources on the Web

Cancer Nutrition Center

Center for Alternative Medicine Research in Cancer

The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning

The Foundation for Integrated Medicine


Information on Alternative Therapies in Cancer

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

The National Foundation for Alternative Medicine compiles data on cancer and other diseases from around the world.

Orthomed Online, hosted by The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, provides a newsletter with the latest news and updates on treatments and therapies.

Dr Patrick Quillin’s Rational Healing Center.


Advanced Nutrition.

CancerWEB - Information on cancer investigation and treatment, including links to resources for patients and their families, healthcare professionals and scientific researchers.

Cancer Related Links - A comprehensive list of cancer-related web sites covering educational institutions, government servers, and more.

Cancer Links and www.meds.com/cancerlinks.html.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America.

Cancer Information and Support International.

Guide to Internet Resources for Cancer.

International Union Against Cancer

Life Extension Foundation.

Medscape - Information on conference summaries, news, patient resources etc for healthcare professionals.

Medscape Cancer Pain Management Resource Center

Medscape Lung Cancer Resource Center


The Oxford Pain Internet Site

People Against Cancer

TeleSCAN - The European Internet service for cancer, supplying links to information resources and services for patients, medical professionals, and cancer researchers.

If you would like to suggest a useful site for inclusion in this section, please email us the site address.

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